Integration of power measurement technology at the core of the crankset design means the Rotor INpower Direct Mount MTB precisely records your power output, pedal smoothness, cadence and torque effectiveness to improve your performance no matter what off-road terrain you ride. INpower MTB houses powermeter technology inside the axle protecting it from rocks, knocks & crashes or contaminants like mud, sand and clay.
Track your ride with real time data including proprietary metrics TORQUE 360, Optimum Chainring Angle (OCA) and a recommendation of your Optimal Chainring Position (OCP). Combine this key information with Rotor's Q Rings oval chainrings to adjust your OCP and improve your efficiency.
Connect to your cycling device or smartphone via Bluetooth® Smart or ANT+ to get a complete picture of your pedalling performance with analysis platforms such as TrainingPeaks.com. Combined with the free ROTOR power smartphone app, access equivalent metrics and graphs that have previously only been available in biomechanical training labs.
Power is measured in the left leg through two sets of opposing gauges in the axle delivering precise data metrics including power output, cadence, torque effectiveness and pedal smoothness. Powered via standard AA battery that lasts up to 300 hours, all electronics are housed inside the sealed water-proof axle for centered rotational weight & maximum device protection. INpower Direct Mount mountain bike crankset is a powerful tool for measuring your unique pedaling biomechanics via our ROTOR Power application.
- Axle-based left leg power measurement with Bluetooth Smart or ANT+ compatibility.
- Spindle: 30mm.
- Q-factor: 169 mm boost.
- Chainline: 52 mm boost.
- Material: 6082/7075 aluminum alloy.
- Bottom bracket compatibility: BB30, PF30, BB89, BB92, BSA.
- Battery: AA, 300 hour battery life.
- Weight: 544g (170mm).
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